For the past two months our world has been different; it’s a world of social distancing, staying at home, online learning and face masks. Nearly 100,000 Americans have died. In Vermont, winter has edged into spring, and spring has jumped into early summer heat. Vermont’s landscape has shifted from snowy white to dull brown to verdant green. The state has one of the lowest rates of COVID-19 in the country. Almost every day I head out for an hour or two to make drone photographs around Addison County, Vermont. The drone is perfect for social distancing and provides a new vantage point on familiar landscapes, a bird’s eye view on our Green Mountain world. I have photographed nearly empty sports fields and lone figures exercising in virtual isolation as well as quiet roads and calm rivers. These photographs were made between March and May 2020. Vermont’s natural beauty provides a natural balm during these uncertain times.